Dalton police are asking for your help with identifying two suspects, accused of stealing a credit card and making more than $1,500 in fraudulent purchases.

The theft happened on June 29 at the James Brown Recreation Center on Civic Drive.

Police spokesperson Bruce Frazier says the suspects broke in to two cars at the center and stole purses that were locked inside, sitting in plain view.

One of the victims told police that her stolen card was used at Kroger on Glenwood Avenue. 

Frazier says surveillance video shows two black males making multiple purchases at the grocery store. The suspects bought a hands-free cell phone cradle that is used in cars, three $500 MasterCard gift cards, Hallmark greeting cards, and diapers.

Frazier says, "While the DPD applauds compliance with Georgia’s new hands-free driving law, we do prefer that any new equipment for cars be purchased legally."

Police are also reminding people to keep their cars locked and to not leave valuables in plain view.

If you know anything about this case, please call Officer Serena Martin at 706-278-9085 extension 9240 or click here to send an email.

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